Da L.E.S, whose real name is Leslie Jonathan Mampe Jr, is a South African rapper and record producer.
He rose to fame as part of the hip-hop group Jozi before pursuing a successful solo career.
Known for his unique style and catchy beats, Da L.E.S has become a prominent figure in the South African music industry.
Beyond his musical endeavors, he is also recognized for his fashion-forward style and entrepreneurial spirit.
He has ventured into various business ventures, including his own clothing line, which showcases his love for fashion and urban culture.
A few weeks ago, a female by name, Carlene Brown took to her Instagram stories accusing Da L.E.S and three other men of gang raping her.
In a formal statement issued on Wednesday afternoon, the rapper refutes the accusations.
The statement which was posted on Twitter states that the allegation made by Carlene Brown De Jongh have no foundation and are defamatory, hurtful, and wrongful.
It says that these were intended to humiliate Da L.E.S and undermine his good reputation.
The statement goes further to state that, the rapper categorically denies all the spurious and unfounded allegations contained in the aforesaid post and that he will seek all legal remedies to ensure he maintains his innocence.
Official Statement. pic.twitter.com/l5k0sfHnVq
— Da L.E.S (@2freshLES) July 12, 2023
A tweep responded saying that there are over 19 rape allegations levied against the rapper and it wouldn’t be mere coincidence that they all want to ruin his so called reputation.
I’ve seen about 19 allegations from different women for years now saying you raped them, there’s no way they all just want to ruin your so called good reputation.
— . (@theboystvz) July 12, 2023
Could it be that our beloved and respected Da L.E.S may be involved in predatory behavior?
Fans and the public anxiously await more information and the truth to be revealed.